This is the second post in a two part series to get you familiar with the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) Exam and get ready for test day. If you have not read Part 1, you can check it …
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As you prepare for the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) Board Exam, we want to help you develop a study strategy to make the most of your study time. We prepared this two part post to help you: 1) …
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“Hillary Clinton’s Doctor Says Pneumonia Led to Abrupt Exit From 9/11 Event” read the page A1 headline in this morning’s New York Times. The diagnosis came hours after she had to suddenly leave a ceremony being held on the 15th …
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It’s Medical Mnemonics Monday! Regardless of whether you’re studying for your ABIM board exam, USMLE Step, ABFM, PANCE exams (or any other medical board exam), it’s important to understand systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Diagnostic criteria for SLE can be remembered …
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Neurology is a very important part of the Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, and Physician Assistant Board exams and can be challenging at first for many students. In this post, we will review a few key nuggets that will help you …
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Buy any QBank plan this Labor Day weekend and get a Medical Mnemonics upgrade for free! To take advantage of this limited time offer, buy any QBank (Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or PANCE) between now and Tuesday, Sep 6th. We’ll …
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Earlier this morning, celebrated Hollywood actor Gene Wilder passed away due to complications from Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), which afflicts over 5 million US residents and more than 40 million people worldwide. In this post, we take a closer look at …
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Try this week’s question of the week and follow us on twitter @Knowmedge for additional questions and pearls! This week’s theme: Nephrology #PAStudent A 67-year-old man is recovering following an uncomplicated total hip arthroplasty. His past medical history is significant …
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Kicking off Nephrology Week with a practice question for the ABFM Board from the Knowmedge QVault. Follow us on twitter @Knowmedge throughout the week for additional questions and tips as you prep for the boards! A 42-year-old woman presents with …
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A 25-year-old Scandnavian male presents with terrible discomfort after weeks of working in a lead-zinc mine. The symptoms include indigestion, belching, and diarrhea. His tongue is red and sore. He reports easy fatigability with minimal exertion, accompanied with difficulty breathing. …
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